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New York City - Looking down 6th Avenue from 53rd Street by Lucinda Rogers

New York City - Looking down 6th Avenue from 53rd Street by Lucinda Rogers

by Hannah Waldron  @Sarah Chintomby Chintomby Bailey hows this city scape? Pretty cool looking out of such simples shapes and lines

by Hannah Waldron @Sarah Chintomby Chintomby Bailey hows this city scape? Pretty cool looking out of such simples shapes and lines

unknown artist. its appeared similar to what direction I hoped to go with my art book but it appears that the person used acrylic instead of watercolours. Its also based on buildings with the colour dripping off them.

unknown artist. its appeared similar to what direction I hoped to go with my art book but it appears that the person used acrylic instead of watercolours. Its also based on buildings with the colour dripping off them.

Original watercolour of St Paul's London

Original watercolour of St Paul's London

This is the sort of thing that I want to put on each stamp, but I want to just do the individual buildings, rather than a big scene like this. I want to make every piece as delicate and accurate as possible, but to also add some creative flare.

Faster Faster, Twice the Speed. Times Square by illustrator Lucinda Rogers. Used for a private exhibition with a scale of 65x50 cm. The dark ground with brighter colours allows the brighter colours to advance, making it more noticeable.

Faster Faster, Twice the Speed. Times Square by illustrator Lucinda Rogers. Used for a private exhibition with a scale of 65x50 cm. The dark ground with brighter colours allows the brighter colours to advance, making it more noticeable.

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